NYC Outward Bound Schools is rebuilding stronger, more equitable school communities.
An alumni partnership has opened doors for students at Leaders and West End Secondary School to gain internship and mentorship experiences before they graduate high school.
Erick Espin, a history teacher and Crew Advisor at WHEELS, was awarded EL Education’s 2021 Klingenstein Educator Award for connecting real-world issues with history curriculum in the classroom.
An interdisciplinary class at James Baldwin led in partnership with the High Line gives students an opportunity to express their learning through artwork.
On October 28, more than 40 “Crew Guides” from schools around the city gathered for the much-anticipated kick-off to Crew Initiative, a City-funded program that will allow for implementation of Crew in up to 50 NYC public schools.
NYC Outward Bound Schools has appointed Vanessa Rodriguez as CEO beginning in January 2022. Rodriguez will succeed founding CEO Richard Stopol.
The Initiative, led in partnership with the NYC Department of Education, will support up to 50 NYC public schools in using Crew to build stronger, more inclusive communities centered around belonging.
Erick Espin, a history teacher at WHEELS, is the 2021 recipient of EL Education’s national Klingenstein Teaching Award.
NYC Outward Bound Schools educators have embraced project-based learning as a way to create more equitable and engaged classrooms of students.
Watch a video produced by CUNY that showcases NYC Outward Bound Schools’ field instructors in action.